Aparthotel en Alpes Maritimes
All Adagio aparthotels en Alpes Maritimes: the services of a hotel, the freedom of an apartment for your stay en Alpes Maritimes
All our apartments in Alpes Maritimes
A wide, varied range of places to stay
The Alpes-Maritime region of France is right by the Alps mountain range on the border with the principality of Monaco, cradled by the Mediterranean Sea. It’s an ideal destination, popular for holidaymakers looking for a vacation or a quick weekend. An aparthotel residence means comfort, independence and freedom for a vacation that is, of course, sun-filled too.
With 5 aparthotels in Nice including 3 right in the city centre, it’s not difficult to find an accommodation to suit you. Whether you want to be located on the Promenade des Anglais, the Baie des Anges or closer to the business district, all of the apartments bring you the comforts of a space that can be changed around to suit your tastes, as well as being connected to wide range of hotel services. You can use the laundry and dry-cleaning service as well as getting a breakfast, as well as the broadband connection, so you enjoy a great stay at a place that is a true home from home. The well-equipped kitchen and the close proximity to all these services mean that you can really benefit from being in the centre of town and go at your own pace - you might even want to embark upon an exploration of the back country!
The Alpes-Maritime region - the Azur coast on one side, mountains on the other
The Alpes-Maritime region of France is in the far southeast of the country, and features one of the most extensively wooded areas of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur part of France. You can really sense how close Italy and Monaco are when you experience the heady blend of the ‘dolce vita’ of the countryside and the lively, luxurious feel of the beaches of fine sand and pebbles along the Côte d'Azur. The busy cultural life of the place is embodied in the Promenade des Anglais at Nice and the Croisette at Cannes, the best examples of this being the Jazz Festival of Juan-les-Pins and the Nice Carnival. But if you head inland, perhaps making your way through the old quarters of Nice and its delightful little markets, you’ll come across the winding roads snaking up the nearby mountains that are just as delightful as the town. Savour the scent of the Mediterranean scrubland mixed with the sea air as you travel along roads that lead to the beginning of the Mercantour national park and its peaks that are snow-capped during the winter.